Key highlights from the Public Hearings on Deliberate Online Falsehoods, 16 March 2018
Using the right languages to target falsehoods
Is social media suited for political discussions?
How a fake restaurant topped TripAdvisor rankings - the role of digital technology.
How much does it cost to create fake news?
Technological responses to fake news
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Should online platforms be asked to take down dangerous and incendiary content?
Fighting fake news in Indonesia
The harm caused by falsehoods - Indonesia's experience
What's Your Story | Cake in the Hood
Key highlights from the Public Hearings on Deliberate Online Falsehoods, 15 March 2018
Morgan Freeman, bots and troll factories
Mischief, money and influence - what motivated fake news in the 2016 US presidential elections.
Ukraine's experience with information warfare
Disinformation techniques - the French experience
What form should legislation on online falsehoods take?
Disinformation and big black Mercedes - Latvia's experience
Deliberate online falsehoods and asymmetric warfare (Part 2)
Deliberate online falsehoods and asymmetric warfare (Part 1)
Legislative and non-legislative options for dealing with online falsehoods
Fighting online falsehoods in Ukraine
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Ep 3: The Devil, the Angels and I
Key highlights from the Public Hearings on Deliberate Online Falsehoods, 14 March 2018
Gaps in current laws and how new laws on Deliberate Online Falsehoods should be shaped
Government and religious leadership need to work together to tackle Deliberate Online Falsehoods
Deliberate Online Falsehoods should be corrected quickly and carefully
How Deliberate Online Falsehoods affect religious groups in Singapore
Deliberate Online Falsehoods used in asymmetric warfare campaigns